Ergonomically shaped seat that gives support to your baby's back, neck and head.
Choose between three different positions. The bouncer is lightweight and portable for easy use at home, but also folds flat when you're on the go.
The fitted fabric seat moulds itself to your child/s body and evenly distributes their weight. This gives your child good support, which is particularly important for young babies whose muscles are not yet fully developed.
A cute and fun toy that your baby will love! Its coloured characters are fascinating for your baby to look at and play with. The toy bar's features are easy to play with and grab, and the figures will make your baby smile and laugh. Playing also helps your baby to discover their physical capabilities and develop their motor skills. The toy bar is easy for a grown-up to attach and remove and fits both Bouncer Balance Soft and Bouncer Bliss. Comes in the same soft Jersey fabric as Bouncer Bliss, 3D Jersey.
Age Suitability: Bouncer: Birth to 2 years (min. 3.5 kg, max. 13 kg), Toy Bar: From birth to approx. 2 years
Care & Maintenance: 40°C (wash separately with a gentle bleach-free detergent. Do not tumble dry
Safety & Advice: Always use the restraint system. Make sure that both buttons are locked. You can adjust between two positions. Stop using the product as a bouncer once your child can sit up without help. Use as chair when your child can walk and sit on his or her own. In order to convert the product into a chair, all you have to do is turn the fabric around.
Dimensions: Bouncer: 11 x 92.5 x 40 cm
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